Personalized Ultrasound Pendant Bezel Necklace {Tutorial}

The other week, we had our 19 week ultrasound done. I absolutely FELL IN LOVE (all over again) with my sweet baby girl that is in my belly. The ultrasound tech did an AMAZING job getting an adorable profile picture of the sweet girl. Mother’s Day was right around the corner… and a project came to my mind. 

I went to my #1 favorite craft store – Hobby Lobby – and loaded up with all kinds of neat odds and ends for jewelry making. If you follow Wee Share, you probably notice the Designing Tomorrow posts that frequently pop up on the blog. I am the owner and designer at that Etsy shop — so making jewelry is not a new thing for me. HOWEVER, I had never [ever] worked with the specific materials that I used to make this project. 

Materials: 
Quick Tutorial: 
  1. Edit your ultrasound picture. I added a cute little pink bow to give my pendant a little color and gender. 
  2. Shrink the ultrasound picture down to 1.5″ on all sides and print on the photo paper. 
  3. Use the lever punch to get a perfect circle of your little darling. 
  4. Put a small dab of glue on the flat part of the glass piece. This really really does not need alot of glue – it spreads FAST and FAR. Put the ultrasound picture on the pendant so that you can see it if you’re looking at it from the curved side. 
  5. Put another small dab of glue on the inside of the silver pendant. Put the glass piece and photo in the pendant. Press down (hard) and position your picture exactly how you want it to stay. 
  6. Let sit for a few hours. 
  7. Clean it up with rubbing alcohol. 
  8. Add a jump ring – I used the ultra heavy duty jump rings. 
  9. Put your pendant on a necklace! 

I hope you love this quick tutorial — I am absolutely OBSESSED with this necklace! Check out my Etsy shop, Designing Tomorrow.

Would you like to see this item in my shop? Feel free to leave feedback to let me know! I am debating on whether or not to put this item in my shop — so I’m calling on all of you fabulous Wee Share readers to help me decide!! 


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